The Shah Alam High Court says the remand period is 'too long'.
Baling MP Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahman has been remanded under Section 117 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
Azeez and his brother were detained by MACC this morning.
Police arrested the woman and her husband at their home in Taman Tun Dr Ismail last night.
Police are still searching for a third individual believed to be involved in the incident.
They are alleged to have solicited RM20,000 from a candidate for his name to be retained in the system, making him eligible to contest.
LS Leonard says he is waiting for instructions from the family.
Activist says the boys' arrest violates the United Nations' code for treatment of minors.
The boys were arrested yesterday afternoon in Taman Tun Dr Ismail over the death of Nazrin Hassan.
Selangor CID chief Fadzil Ahmat says the teenagers were arrested in Taman Tun Dr Ismail at 4pm yesterday.
Samirah Muzaffar has been remanded to facilitate police investigations into her husband's death.
Hasanah Abdul Hamid claims MACC investigators breached her right to have access to a lawyer to enable her to give instruction.
The one-term assemblyman is alleged to have appointed her son's company as a supplier for a state community programme.
MACC is seeking to extend her remand as it continues a probe into alleged abuse of government funds.
The seven have been arrested by MACC over allegations of abuse of power and misappropriation of general election funds.
Judges urged to balance between personal liberty of an individual yet to be proven guilty, and the duty of the police to investigate a crime.
Law firm takes issue with statements issued by the anti-graft agency saying it put their client in bad light.
Hasanah Ab Hamid's lawyer will file an application to challenge the MACC for preventing him from meeting his client.
The former intelligence head arrived at the Magistrate's Court at 9.10am, dressed in orange lock-up attire.
They will be held for five days until Sept 1.
The suspect was arrested after giving his statement to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.
Mother had lodged police report in June after her daughter, aged 10, informed her of incident in school.
The 44-year-old 'Datuk' was released on RM16,000 bail.
Magistrate releases the 'Datuk' as MACC made no request to extend his remand.